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. the unforgettable comedy, "the hangover." now, nascar superstar jimmie johnson, of all people, is giving us his own crazy take on the movie. he and his buddies teamed up. great sense of humor. >> let me guess, this is coming up in "pop news"? >> i believe so. >> this is sunday, december 8th. good morning, everybody. >>> also coming up, beyonce and jay z going vegan. not without a few missteps. which we'll show you coming up. is this plant-based diet really the healthiest way to go? we'll talk about it coming up. >> raised eyebrows over that. >>> we're going to begin this half hour with the murder case that has stunned the nation. all eyes on a courtroom in montana tomorrow when a newlywed goes to trial for allegedly killing her husband. >> jordan lynn graham is accused of pushing her husband off a cliff eight days after tying the knot. she claims it was a terrible accident. and abc's aditi roy has more. >> reporter: 22-year-old jordan graham is fighting for her freedom as she prepares to go to trial for allegedly killing her husband of just eight days, cody johnson. newly released legal briefs givi
jimmie johnson is giving us his own taken to movie. >> this is in "pop news "? >> i believe so. >>> also coming up, beyonce and jay z going vegan. not without a few missteps. is this the healthiest way to go? >>> the murder kaz that's stunned the nation. all eyes on a courtroom in montana tomorrow when a newly wed goes to trial for allegedly killing her husband. >> jordan lynn graham is accused of pushing her husband off a cliff eight days after tying the knot. she claims it was a terrible accident. >> reporter: 22-year-old jordan graham is fighting for her freedom as he pshe prepares to o trial. a new look at how the two sides will make their cases. prosecutors say they were at glacier national park in july when the defendant pushed mr. johnson in the back with both hands. he fell face-first to his death. seeming to contradict the defense's side. >> she openly admits she took a dear friend from us, it boggled my mind. >> reporter: oust terns say they plan the prove that for nine days after johnson's death, graham went to great lengths to hide her crime from friends, family, and law enfo
johnson. >> hey, good -- good morning, everybody. veronica johnson joins me here in storm center 4 first thing this morning. already snowflakes spotted outside of our window. >> really around much of the area. and reports are coming in fast as we heard angie say on social media. that's what i've been monitoring. i'll give you a tour around the area, who has what and a lot of pictures coming in. >> if you're participating in our social media today, which we hope you will, send us facebook or twitter picture, don't forget to tell us where the picture is taken. we have a couple of pictures but don't know where they're from. advisories in southern maryland, prince george's county, district in arlington county, higher shaded pink counties here, winter storm warnings. there could be more in the way of accumulating snow and ice problem. current temperatures way below freezing, northern maryland in the shenandoah valley. storm team 4 radar. getting specific reports? >> that's right, roads are starting to get bad. that's what a lot of folks are telling us, even around areas of loudoun county. som
for allegedly killing her husband of eight days, cody johnson. newly released legal briefs giving a first look at how the two sides will make their cases. prosecutors say the montana newlywed were at glacier national park in july when the defendant pushed mr. johnson in the back with both hands. mr. johnson fell face first to his death. seemingly contradicting that he fell by accident after graham pushed his arm away during an argument. >> the fact she openly admits she took a dear friend from us boggles my mind. >> reporter: u.s. attorneys say they plan to prove for nine days after johnson's death, graham went to great lengths to hide her crime from family and friends and law enforcement. even allegedly sending herself e-mails from a fake account she created named tony. prosecutors have to prove she intended to kill him. this was not an accident. >> reporter: graham has pleaded not guilty. in their legal briefs, they admit graham's story changed over time but maintained johnson's death was an accident. the defense also writing in its brief that despite expected testimony that graham suffered
's biggest names gathered in thousand oaks for tiger woods invitational tournament. he and zach johnson are in the best position to win among the elite field. bubba watson with a nice effort on the par-3 hole as he chips in for birdie. woods and johnson playing in the same group. johnson with a nice putt at 18 for a birdie to wrap up a round of 72. tiger on the same hole says i will take your birdie and make one of my own. tiger also with a 72, to strokes over johnson heading into tomorrow's final round. >> it will take a unlikely set of circumstances for anyone to win the nfc west. the 49ers need to prove they can move the ball and find passing windows. richard sherman had one of the seahawk's three interceptions that night and evolved into a san francisco nemesis, a role he doesn't seem to mind one bit. >> that is what we try to do, we try to sharpen one another and obviously, the personality traits of one another are going to rub off. we have some explosive players on offense and we try to have explosive players on defense. we're that competitive in everything that we do and that i
knows how they're day's going. too early to call. carolina and michigan state. price johnson scores. if your day is going well, it's going to be spectacular. johnson, 14 points off the bench. j.p. had 12 points. carolina up six. they're going to finish the job. tom izzo called the michigan state team soft. you don't want to be at their practice on thursday. north carolina goes on to upset michigan state, 79-65. >>> let's go to the great northwest. emphasis on great. trail blazers hosting the thunder. this used to be a rivalry when the thunder was the sonics. i'm supposed to let that go. lamarcus aldridge, late. he has 38 and 13. he played like a man. speaking of, russell westbrook, one-point game. with about 30 seconds left, nicolas batum channels his inner billy ray bates. that's going back in the wayback machine. trail blazers, 111-104. >> we saw that blazers/warriors game the other night. west is going to be crazy. >> yeah, man. >> i can't wait. >>> back to you. >> yeah. >> guys, thanks. >>> up next, "the pulse." the former president shows off his latest fancy footwear. and the i
johnson, the south african boy born with hiv. he'd lost his mother to aids, and at a time when south africa was unwilling to talk about the disease, nkosi bravely stood before the world and did. >> we are normal. we are human beings. we can walk, we can talk. we have needs just like everyone else. we are all the same. thank you. >> reporter: that woman, giving the thumbs-up right there, is the woman who would adopt him, gail johnson. and the two of them together would start a shoe-string shelter for mothers with aids and their children. they called it nkosi's haven. >> we're full. this is a small house. it can't fit the other mothers who are hiv. they are dying. >> reporter: it was a year after that the world lost little nkosi. but years later, we decided to travel back to south africa to check in on the mother that adopted him. >> that's the baby daycare center. >> reporter: we found a sprawling village she built in honor of her son. nelson mandela said your son was an icon. >> he was a little war record. >> reporter: a war record. and this weekend, she said she remembers the time h
the browns 27-26. >>> world challenge in thousand oaks, zach johnson with the miracle shot to stay alive. woods misses the gimme putt john even tiger had to smirk. his par would force a playoff against tiger and in the playoff woods misses the give me putt and johnson wins it over tiger woods. how about that. >>> here are the bowl selections just made official, florida state and auburn play for the title because michigan state beat ohio state they are playing stanford in the rose bowl. clemson plays the buckeyes in the orange bowl. alabama plays oklahoma in the sugar and baylor plays ucf in the fiesta bowl. what an accomplishment for the stanford cardinal, five straight bowl games. we'll have david shaw, the head coach on, gameday tonight at 11:30. that will do it for us at 5:30. see you back here in a half hour and then at 10:00 and 11:00. updates are always on www.cbs5.com. we'll see you in 30 minutes. >> good night. ,,,,,, [ male announcer ] this is a leather-wrapped steering wheel. this is a heated leather seat. this is a secret storage space. this is another. this is 8.4 inches of g
year-old gramm and a 25 year-old johnson had been married for eight days when they argued. federal prosecutors will attempt to convince jurors that gramm and deliberately puts johnson to his death. >> after a new york commuter train derailed killing four people, to federal lawyers want the train to be outfitted with cameras. this is video of the derailment from last sunday. the national transportation safety board has also suggested the cameras. thoreau wrote administration has not immediately respond to the messages. alloy your and the union leader for the derailed train's engineer have said that he briefly not off or experienced eight days at the controls. more than 60 people were injured. >> a cockroach possessing powers to withstand harsh winters has made itself to new york city. workers university biologist says of the species is well documented and asia but was never confront in the united states until now. the newcomer was first spotted in new york in 2012. the scientists say what it is too soon to predict the impact, there's probably little cause for concern. >> samisen die
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comments left on his facebook page from cheryl miller johnson. proud to have you in office, rick. thank you for all that you do. others left on this page supporting the sheriff. it seems a lot of folks have lost sight of this. >> he's saying he has no problem with the south african embassy, and the u.s. embassy in south africa lowering its flag, but it shouldn't be done here. >> no response from either corner? >> there is no legal ramifications this sheriff is facing. he's well within his jurisdiction to do this and it's more of a guideline than it is a mandate and it's been done before, just to give precedent. it's been done three times before that we know of. george w. bush doing it for pope john paul ii and will clinton doing it for yitzhak rabin and lyndon johnson for winston churchill. there is precedent in the united states, but as far as he's concerned he has no place for it in south carolina. >> thank you so much. >>> preventing gun violence in america. can the u.s. learn anything on gun control from other countries? cnn's fareed zakaria investigators. ♪ ♪ ♪ i wanna spread a l
of a montana woman accused of shoving her husband off of a cliff. jordan graham and cody johnson had been married only eight days when prosecutors say graham pushed him with both hands off of a cliff in glacier national park. the defense said it was not intentional, they say graham was acting in self-defense after a heated argument. is it ef know elam picks up the story from there. >> reporter: what started as a wedding is ending in a courtroom trial. >> reporter: did you kill cody, did you mean to push your husband off a cliff? >> reporter: this month, jordan lynn graham will go on trial for murder. federal prosecutors say the 22-year-old deliberately shoved her 25-year-old husband to his death off of a cliff july 7th, eight days after their wedding. friends of cody johnson say they noticed problems from the start. >> when they were exchanging vows, jordan was looking down and wasn't looking at cody. >> reporter: graham's attorneys are claiming it was an accident, saying the couple started arguing, and that when she tried to remove her husband's hand from her arm, he lost his balance. in
johnson, the lions wideout -- >> i told you. the video we showed you earlier. that's when the weather actually died down. this was right when the game began. helmet full of snow. he held on. but it was philly, baltimore, it was pittsburgh. it was washington, d.c. it was everywhere. >> football at its finest. >> foot at its finest. a lot of people talking about real football. i have to be honest, i'm sort of a sucker for the forward pass. there was also that to take into account. >> didn't see a lot of that. all right, josh, thank you so much. >>> we move on now in the shocking shooting on a college campus. a student months away from graduating, allegedly gunned down by a campus cop. the honor student was stopped for driving erratically and speeding. the incident is now under investigation. and abc's john muller has that story for us. >> he made a huge impact and -- on so many lives here. >> reporter: this morning, students at the university of incarnate word stunned by the loss of a classmate. >> cameron was the sweetest, kindest, gentlest person. so compassionate. >> reporter: on sun
shoppers scurrying. >> veronica johnson is here to tell us how long the rain will last. >> this is the first wave of this big system that as you know, storm team 4 has been monitoring for the last couple days. what we are getting here with the first round is nothing more than rain. let me zoom into the area. it's just pretty much light showers for the most part throughout gaithersburg. fairfax, manassas and bowie. it's what's coming in over the next couple hours. the rain and intensity is going to step up and pick up. all as we chill down from upper 50s to 60 degrees. we are at 47 degrees in d.c. look at the cooldown. close to the 30s now. folks in hagerstown, 39 degrees in cumberland, maryland. all this as we get ready for round two. we have more rain for the overnight. then we have the snow and ice that is going to step into the area. the snow and ice, already unfolding over the nation's midsection and ohio valley. reducing quite a bit of ice. when i return in a couple minutes, who is under a winter storm watch. later, what we are going to pick up in terms of how much
your doctor about cialis for daily use and a 30-tablet free trial. >> health care manufacturer johnson & johnson will pay to sell civil allegations. >> i expect this from you, johnson, but not you, johnson. to be honest, i have not trusted johnson & johnson since i tried to stop my child's crying with the no more tears shampoo in his eyes. did not work. >> the 113th hasn't passed the bills every congress does like a highway bill or defense bill or farm bill or a budget. what do we need a budget for? clearly not for highways, defense, or food. congress did pass a bill ensuring that people can fish near dams on the cumberland river and also passed deep cuts in food stamps if are the poor which is good solid governing because the poor don't need food stamps anymore now that they can fish near dams on the coupler withland river. >> time to talk about what we learned. we learned a lot. i learned you can catch a munch kin in your mouth if it is delivered right. >> it's not good. really bad in my case. we have a champion. is donut hole capture in chief. >> he's good at it. >> it should surpri
's fine. basically johnson & johnson was higher then the earnings are higher. that's what happens to a company. >> rose: i know lots of people are doing stunningly well in the world of investments and finance and they do it by a study of macroeconomics. you never bought into that? >> i always bond down. i was lucky. i owned a lot of -- i owned american motor inns, hospitality inns, united inns. i said "who's your best competitor?" they said "la quinta motor inn." i owned it before sunset. if something ever says something nice on a competitor they know it's true. >> rose: you can get them to say what they worry about it. >> they have a better formula. we can't match the formula. so i visited, it was a huge success. >> rose: how long did you stay with it? >> i think seven or eight years. >> rose: how do you know when to get out? >> in baseball analogy-- and i know you're a great baseball fan-- you want to get in the first, second, third inning, not when they're drawing up the lineup. >> rose: you don't want to do it? you want to wait until the second and third inning because you wan
's hedging. it's a real good hedge. if you want to, you can buy johnson & johnson and procter & gamble. and my trust owns both of them because they are earnings momentum and restructuring stories respectively. we will be looking to buy them for the trust if they get hammered. i know it shouldn't be that easy. you have to be suspicious of any trading strategy that comes out so easily. but it sure makes sense if you're calling for the over so to speak, meaning more jobs as my friend and writing colleague at the street.com has suggested to me. and by the way, this man has been dead right on this number. probably the best guy i know on what the number's going to be like. besides, it's cheap insurance of what could be a treacherous 3.35% in the ten-year that will, indeed cause stocks to decline. it's going to be a shock to the parts of the stock market that are most sensitive to rates. no, i'm not calling for bonds to go to 3.5% immediately, but bonds do overshoot, and that's where the ten-year could go in a short period of time after a stronger than expected number. needless to say, you ca
and veronica johnson. >> hey, good -- good morning, everybody. veronica johnson joins me here in storm center 4 first thing this morning. already snowflakes spotted outside of our window. >> really around much of the area. and reports are coming in fast as we heard angie say on social media. that's what i've been monitoring. i'll give you a tour around the area, who has what and a lot of pictures coming in. >> if you're participating in our social media today, which we hope you will, send us facebook or twitter picture, don't forget to tell us where the picture is taken. we have a couple of pictures but don't know where they're from. advisories in southern maryland, prince george's county, district in arlington county, higher shaded pink counties here, winter storm warnings. there could be more in the way of accumulating snow and ice problem. current temperatures way below freezing, northern maryland in the shenandoah valley. storm team 4
. >> founder of peak theories and cnbc contributor. hugh johnson, chairman and cio of hugh johnson advisors. ryder is helping us look at some of this year's dogs. there he is. first up is newmonth mining. i hope we're paying this dog, paying him in treats. shares of the gold producer falling about 49% this year. abgy gale, how do you feel near term and longer term about this. >> new million month mining i'm -- newmonth i'm neutral. i think they will put in a big turnaround next year. this stock might have further work toward the downside. for next year i think we're looking at a good turnaround. they put up positive free cash flow. they're cutting costs, they're building out in the right way. they're becoming a lean mean fighting machine so if gold stays low they'll survive. if gold goes up it will go to the bottom line. neutral but probably positive next year. >> how do you feel about it, hugh? >> i would be remice if i didn't say hello to my old friend and employee abigail. >> great to see you. thrilled i was heard i would be with you. >> the story about newmonth a simple story, the price
johnson is the co-founder. he's sympathetic to the challenge the faa faces trying trying to regulate this emerging market. >> when you don't even know how they're going to be operated, what size the vehicles are, what the size will be, what they're doing, it's much more difficult to come with. >> reporter: laura wise the lab chief scientist at the georgia tech research institute says the drone's technology has raised far ahead of current faa oversight. >> it's happening, it's moving forward anyway. i think the companies will line it up. regardless of what happens with the faa decision, things are going to happen. >> reporter: the faa's administrator predicts 7500 drones could be flying in the next five years. mark strassmann, cbs news, atlanta. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," new fertility guidelines to reduce the rate of multiple births. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." milk... cream... sugar... ♪ ...and a touch of flavor. ♪ simply put, it's everything you need for a delicious cup of coffee. coffee-mate natural bliss. coffee's perf
behind it. he is not going to be reprimanded. it is more of a guideline than a mandate. lyinden johnson did it. and bill clinton did it for the prime minister of israel. but his sheriff doesn't think that it should be an honor for nelson mandela. >> over seas nuclear inspectors are in iran today. iran is denying it is trying to build a nuclear weapon. cnn has more. >> reporter: this one day inspection of this heavy water reactor is over. iran says it is not going to shut it down and not part of the secret weapons program and inspectors are welcome to see for themselves. iran is not after nuclear weapons. iran's invitation for the iaea to visit it's heavy water reactor is part of that campaign. this is the third visit to the reaction te reaction. it could be a source for p plutonium. insisting the reactor is for the production of medical isotopes only. it doesn't have the weapons for plutonium. >> there are specific requirements and agreements made regarding iraq that certainly we have the expectation they will abide by or they will be viol e violating the agreement. but the stage is se
'll put the topics on the table for senator ron johnson of wisconsin who will be visiting us in studio today. >>> "squawk" goes shopping. we're going to find out if more consumers are starting to hit the mall. "squawk box" begins right now. >> good morning. welcome back to "squawk box." i'm andrew ross sorkin along with becky quick and joe kernan. the new american airlines group begins trading today under the the tickle -- ticker -- >> tickle? >> tickle me elmo. the merger between american airlines -- >> that's freudian. i'm going to come over and tickle you. >> closes this morning after a last-ditch appeal by consumer groups to delay the deal was denied by the supreme court. i'm sorry about that one. and the ceo of the combined airline, doug parker's going to join us next hour right here on "squawk box." and we're going to talk to him all about this tickling deal. >>> dow component mcdonald's will be a stock to watch. reporting november sales in about an hour from now. analysts surveyed by the street account think that comparable same-store sales rose by .3% both globally and for the
suspicions of mike woodson loading his job to altercations between players, including johnson and anthony arguing. and otize getting into it. everything is being handled or is much ado about nothing. >> there was a mistake that happened defensively. when it happened, there was words exchanged. at the end of the day that is behind us. we have to move on. that's basketball. if you play any kind of sport that happens. sometimes it's healthy, i think. >> did you and canyon get into it. i think he was talking about apple pasta, and he had shell pasta, we had an argument about that. >> some people take their past yes seriously. >> now to college football. a u.s. team is hoping bringing back one of pete carroll's assistance well get them back in the hunt for a title. a los angeles native takes over the sc at the university of washington, where he posted is 34 and 29 record. steve sarkisian and kiffin served under pete carroll before each became coaches. lane kiffin was fired and placed by edokayeron and rejected an offer to work under steve sarkisian. >> to be home, and be the head football coac
policies on discrimination. joining me now, ted johnson, fellow contributor as well as thegrio. thank you so much for joining u. ted. >> thanks for having me. >> as i understand it, the school has reacted by having a number of campuswide discussions about discrimination against gay people and they've also pushed a number of i guess educational efforts here at the college. but you've written about this and say this exposes a larger problem. >> yeah, absolutely. i mean, what we have here in our organization that are historic in nature and have been around almost a century, some over a century. and the fraternities quite frankly have a problem with meshing manhood and homosexuality. this is especially true in the hyper masculine entities that they are. you have an organization that wants to bring up real men and it just seems like to some that the gay man can't fit that mold. that's when the organizations really need to evolve and understand that they can absolutely keep their historic traditions that have attracted hundreds and thousands if not millions of african-americans over the last ce
agreed and awarded johnson $14 million, $1 million for every year on death row but in 2011, the u.s. supreme court reversed that decision saying thompson hadn't proven a pattern of misconduct. the supreme court's decision stunned richard burke who said despite the promises to clean things up, his office in new orleans was with holding evidence, more than two decades after edwards was sent to death row and burkes say it's part of a pattern. burke represents michael anderson sentenced to die after the 2006 murder of five men in an suv. in january 2010, long after anderson went to prison, burke received this videotape from prosecutors. he believes they purposely kept it from the defense for years knowing it would have proven anderson was innocent. on it, the state's key witness contradicts her story, even gets the time of the murders wrong saying it was daylight. the shooting occurred at 4:00 a.m. >> what's clear is she wasn't telling the truth. she didn't say this happened. the prosecution had evidence of that and didn't hand it over. >> reporter: we asked the district attorney to t
that. here's health science reporter carolyn johnson. >> chris walks 5 miles a day just getting around the store in downtown oakland. he knows exactly how many steps he takes thanks to tiny tracker in his pocket called fit bit. >> changed my life basically. >> it's one of growing number of wearable electronic that has people wiring up to lose weight. >> i went from like a two xl to medium and 40 inches waist to 29 inch waist. >> he started using fit bit about two years ago. >> i hate exercising. with a fashion. walk to go me isn't exercise. >> stores like this best buy have struggled to keep them in stock. >> at one point there was such large demand they were playing in off the shelf. >> 2 san francisco company are leading the pack. they both track the movement during the day and record the sleep pattern at night. they also come with 3 app that help you keep track of the number of calorie you burn and eat. enter in what you ate on the fit bit app or scan a bar code with the jaw bone app. last month this was released flex foyvrments i have gone from 80 mye to 100 in the last two y
conditions like this all around the league. look at the dolphins. look at calvin johnson, a face full of snow in his helmet. >> that is awesome. that looks like a lot of fun. ground crews did their best to keep the fields playable. but it was tough. there was lots of fumbling. the lion ones, they fumbled seven times in their game. the eagles-lion ones. look at this they wouldn't dare attempt a field goal. >> no way. >> there is no chance to kick it. it looks like a lot of fun for us to watch. i don't know about playing in it. >> exactly. i think those goes were out there going honestly, this is a joke. they can't even see each other. it's hilarious. to make matters worse, andy, this is what we could be looking at for the super bowl. >> the super bowl will be february 3rd. you know the good old farmer's almanac is calling for a big winter storm just like we saw yesterday for the week of the super bowl. now, the almanac claims to be right about 80% of the time. they called for a barely cold winter this year, i don't know, guys. i say they have been right so far. >> we will check in with indra,
the toys bought for the end of the newscast. guys? >> it's easy breezy. >>> this is bruce johnson along georgia avenue. wal-mart says some 23,000 people applied for jobs at two stores that opened today. coming up more about who those people are. >> and we know the current state of the washington redskins. but is the relationship between mike shanahan and rg3 on some rocky ground? that's next. >>> now that the washington redskins are playing for pride, the dissection of the franchise and the predictions for the off- season are starting to heat up. what coaching changes are coming? will mike shanahan be back? and the bigger question now is just how solid is the relationship between coach's franchise quarterback? that was one of the main topics at today's press conference in ashburn. there was very little chat about their upcoming game against kansas city and more about the state of the team. however, both griffin and shanahan of course say their relationship is just fine. >> i haven't spent a lot of time here obviously. i haven't spent a lot of time in the league and it takes time to buil
in late september an easy going half mile trail paved the way for the johnson family as they hiked through the forest in colorado. nature was at its best until the union sons crossed paths with its worst. >> we heard this large crack. kind of a cracking or a thunder sound. then we saw like a big chunk of the mountain slide down. >> reporter: adam rodgers was halfway up the trail when he saw boulders as beg as cars tumble down the mountain without warning. fearing hikers could be trapped, he called the 911. searchers arrived at the massive unstable scene hoping to find signs of life buried beneath the rubble. >> i heard a small girl cry out and i could only see her hand coming up through the boulder, so i immediately went over there and tossing off the boulders. >> reporter: the uncovered 13-year-old gracy johnson told rescuers her father dwayne shielded her in his final moments. >> her dad is a real he. >> reporter: saved her life. >> reporter: in an instant gracie lost her father dwayne and mother donna, both popular coaches, her sister and cousin were also killed. >> we may never get ove
a car has shifted from 35 to 44 to the 55 to 64 age group. 30-year-old nick johnson from princeton, new jersey, last had a car and driver's license when he was 18, choosing instead to travel by bus. he says commuting a lot more fun on a bike, environmentally friendly and just practical. >> i don't have to park. i don't have to pay for car payments, automobile insurance, which i hear is really expensive in jersey. it's a form of entertainment and exercise. >> while the economy has played a role with more unemployed young people and high student loan payments, experts say more young people are not driving because they're moving to urban areas with access to public transportation. technology has also made it easier to work from home and shop from home and more people see driving as a hassle. >> there was much more aspiration to buy certain cars. i don't think the younger generation has that passion around it. it's really more getting from a to b. they have more passion for what's in the car. things like entertainment systems. >> she expects millennials to eventually buy cars but it's up to
accused of killing her husband. prosecutors say jordan lynn graham pushed 25-year-old cody johnson off a cliff in montana's glacier national park eight days after their wedding last summer. they say they have evidence that graham blindfolded her husband before pushing him. her attorneys say it was all an contact and a accusing police and prosecutors of misconduct. >>> a court hearing today for hiker aaron ralston. the man who cut off his arm to escape a canyon in utah became the subject of the film "127 hours." he was arrested on saturday night at his home in denver on assault and wrong's to minor charges but details of what happened have not been relieved. >>> 71-year-old is expected to accept a plea deal involving no jail time. house arrest on seeking public office in the future is banned. finally a chapter closing out of that troubled story in san diego. >>> since march, eight people have contracted the sometimes tightly b-strain of meningitis. last month the fda okayed limited use of the vaccine which is not approved in the united states. it's recommended for students living on cam
johnson made the best point. it's the message here it's never over. >> never over. >> in life too. it's never over. literally, one second. >> you want some entertainment go on youtube and watch people being filmed and reacting. >> extraordinary respect for nick sabin. he's really tired. he's really tired. his wife said last week basically they weren't appreciated at alabama enough which seemed to me he's like a god there. but the pressure, friends close to him tell me even last year they said the pressure to win every single week, the expectations are so high, nobody understands like -- they just work -- i don't know how much longer he'll be at alabama. he's really, really tired. >> they will win the sugar bowl and 12-1 and people will say too bad what happened. >> there's talk we're playing auburn. i pray we do. >> coming up next, radio host steve malzberg. this is the quicksilver cash back card from capital one. it's not the "limit the cash i earn every month" card. it's not the "i only earn decent rewards at the gas station" card. it's the no-games, no-signing up, everyday-rewardin
analyst, peter johnson, jr. >> i guess if you think this is about martin luther king or others, it's not about something that's gone crazy, if you think it's not about a tax and spend plan to redistribute wealth in america and you want to make it about discrimination and class and race and gender warfare, then it's about civil rights. so if you want to romanticize something or talk about the struggle, if you want to talk about a crusade against rich people and middle class people or upper middle class people and somehow bring back a base that has gone away, steve, only 29%, 30% of young americans 18 to 29 who don't have health insurance say they're going to sign up for obamacare. there is another study that says that more than 50% of that same group, if they had an opportunity to recall the president -- we don't have recalls, but great britain and other places do. they would recall the president based upon obamacare and other issues. >> those are the people who voted for him. >> when you grasp for straws and say, this is about the civil rights movement, what do you think about when
-defense? cody johnson disappeared july 7th. four days later, gram led friends and relatives to a popular spot in the park where they found johnson's body. >>> and susan boyle, you remember her. the soft-spoken scott charmed her way into our hearts when she became a reality tv sensation basically over night. ♪ i dreamed a dream of time gone by ♪ >> still gives me goosebumps. now the hit recording artist has made a major revelation. she told the observer newspaper she was diagnosed last year with the development disorder asperger's syndrome. this is significant because when she was a child, doctors said she suffered from brain damage. let's talk about this with our medical correspondent, elizabeth cohen. what is asperger's syndrome, and what does this mean for her as far as this revised diagnosis? >> asperger's syndrome is actually a form of autism, and people hear that and think, how could someone like her have autism? they have vision that someone with autism is completely unable to communicate. people with asperger's are high functioning. they're on the autism spectrum, but they're very
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regulations and nearly 40% increase in the minimum wage. johnson declared a war on poverty, federal spending u up 11,000%, up 110 fold. as a percentage of the budget quadruple to 16%. and for all those billions it has gone down three full percentage points. it would fix poverty if on the government would get out of the way. should our president stop worrying and focus on fixing obamacare? cheryl: some good news for the economy, but bad news, we will break down all the major data coming out and what you need to know. dennis: a storm coming, the latest from the weather center next. so i can reach ally bank 24/7, but there are no branches? 24/7. i'm sorry, i'm just really reluctanto try new things. really? what's wrong with trying new things? look! mommy's new vacuum! (cat screech) you feel that in your muscles? i do... drink water. it's a long story. well, not havi branches let's us give you great rates and service. i'd like that. a new way to bank. a better way to save. ally bank. your money ndsn ally. yep. got all the cozies. [ grandma ] with n fedex one rate, i could ll a box and ship it r on
johnson off a cliff in glacier national park she says after an argument. prosecutors say she pushed him in the back, face first, plunging 200 feet to his death. she told police she hadn't seen cody after going to church and dairy queen. police have security camera photo of couple entering the park and their car leaving. cell phone records showing jordan was in the park after her husband's death. she create ad false email address from an imaginary person to cover her tracks. prosecutors, heather, expect the trial to last little more than a week. the jury pool is 150. it is so big because so many people in montanacase and they e can't get a fair trial. heather. heather: that imagine airy person named tony. what do we know about the couple's relationship in general? >> reporter: 39 witnesses prosecutors are calling, more than half are friends of the couple who say this marriage was a disaster waiting to happen and jordan was a loose cannon. even she expressed doubts about the wedding. the night cody died, jordan said the two argued and after he grabbed her arm, he then fell backwards when
this 1919 picture from the solomon islands. >> it says mrs. johnson and chief magapate before the trouble started. >> what was the trouble, do you know? >> i don't know, and that's troubled me. >> nearly a thousand of these photographs have been collected in a giant three-volume book. >> and i went through every single story ever published. >> this man said the "national geographic" played an important role. its photographers showed us the way the world lived. >> they were ambassadors of the sort, weren't they? >> absolutely. they represented in a sense this little pioneer spirit of america. >> what did it mean to be a photographer for national gee graphic? >> it meant a lot. >> he's traveled the globe for nearly a half a century. >> this figure crawled around the facade is you? >> it's me in a three-piece suit. you always wear a three-piece suit around the vatican because you never know when you're going to run into the pope. >> how did you get this shot? >> i'm in a plane strapped in. >> he worked in egypt and tiera dell fuego. >> it was harbor
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to kath. >> this beautiful blond is from chicago. right? okay. dakota johnson, who will play anastasia steele in the 2015 release of "fifty shades of grey" movie, don't act like you didn't read it, is the daughter of which actress? meg ryan. >> b. >> no. i thought everybody knew that. that's a lullaby album. i don't know. >> melanie griffith. >> and don johnson is her father. the film started shooting, it will come out in 2015. they just shot the first scene at the coffee shop. as soon as they start doing those other scenes let me know. >> please do. >> let you know. >> let's go over to kath. >> in the film "bridges of madison county," robert kinkade comes to town to, what, fix the bridges, tear down the bridges, paint the bridges or photograph the bridges? >> i think i should know. photograph the bridge. >> yes. i love that. >> anything with an accent is great. he was there to photograph the bridges. >> yes, he was. little clint eastwood. he starred, directed and produced this film. just a brilliant job. >> great, great movie. back across to kath. >> bunch of ladies are celebrating th
but that's confidential. >> let's hear it, folks. that's a mercy laugh. >> all right. time for our johnson's baby of the week. >> we love this. >> the announcements. we celebrate new mom ands new additions to their family. the first johnson family is memphis jax. he was born on october 8th. weighed 9 pounds, 9 ounces. he watches kathie lee and hoda every morning with mommy. >> our next baby is madison amira belgrave. she was born on november 18th in brooklyn, new york. her parents say they chose her middle name because it means princess in arabic. >> now to a baby born on october 14th, thomas wait hays. thomas was born needing a hair cut. >> i had more hair on me -- never mind. elaina faye rustler. this little darling was born on november 13th in evansville, indiana. her parents say that elaina loves to cuddle and is definitely daddy's little girl. >> if you want a chance for your baby to appear on the show, go to our website for details. >> you know we have sitting on a little sofa? we have one of our little adorable ones. this is our producer tammy's little darling ash lyn. >> and she's
johnson trailed tiger woods by four shots with eight holes left to play. well, he rallied and boy did he rally when he hit this incredible shot on the 18th hole. hole in one to save par and force a playoff which he won along with $1 million. some are calling it a hail mary par. you should see the look on tiger woods' face as well. >> as long as they didn't read his lips. >> exactly. congratulations to zach johnson. >> that's an amazing shot. >>> mr. roker has more of the weather forecast. >> that's right. this freezing rain is causing more problems. we're seeing an update as far as people without power, now it's close to 100,000 as freezing rain bringing down more branches, more power lines. difference between this year and last year, the arctic air. we have had this arctic air come in and just sit so that we're looking at temperatures that are anywhere 10 to 50 degrees below average. the jet stream has taken a big dip to the south and it is just staying there. so we're not really seeing much in the way of changes. in fact, to give you an idea of how bad this is, anchorage, alaska, a hig
johnson, every president going forward to ronald reagan. reagan was the first president to come up with a policy called constructive engagement which was to disengage from apartheid and move towards black majority rule without falling into the bloodbath that happened in rhodesia and cambodia. >> tom brokaw, just even constructive engagement which is choice of words by ronald reagan, complicated time. >> as i'm sure mr. shirley will agree, it was not a slam dunk for the administration. there was a huge debate in this country whether we should have constructive engagement and how much pressure you can put on that. when i went over there when the sanctions were still on there were a lot of american businesses saying you're hurting us more than you're hurting south africa and that was the debate that was going on in the highest part of the administration, the american economy. but at the same time there was a growing movement as the reverend al said not just on the part of the california legislature and other things but people were coming to the idea that this must come to an end in pa
the day before thanksgiving and then a few days later, annika johnson was diagnosed with a rare form of kidney cancer. both children are students at cabrillo elementary in pacific, just a grade apart. >> pacific is a very tight- knit, small community. for this to happen at the same school in the same week is perplexing. the community felt they needed to support any way they could. >> people in pacifica have set up a give page, first for bella and then for annika. within a couple of days they raised more than $30,000. the families say they are overwhelmed by the community's generosity. >>> 7:26. breaking news from downtown san jose. a police car involved in a serious crash. these are live pictures from the scene. the good samaritan that helped police catch a hit-and-run suspect. >> reporter: we're live in san francisco where san francisco 49er fans are getting fired up against the seattle seahawks. we'll tell you what 49er fans are not so excited about. >>> good morning. we're looking at a commute that's getting more crowded. as you can see on the san mateo bridge, it looks good. but
, it is the acknowledged route for economies all over the world." >> we had robert johnson on earlier today, did some fund-raising for the amc, i think he did a beautiful job of wrapping up the import of nelson mandela's effect on the south african economy as well. >> from an economic standpoint, he understood that you simply couldn't confiscate all the white africans' assets and turn it over to blacks, which many people felt he should do, including people in south africa, but he recognized that south africa was going to be both a democracy and free market economy. that's the unique nature of his leadership. >> i'm not trying to paint mandela as a neocon but certainly moved far away from the leftist position. >> follows that he was a pragmatist. >> focused on things that worked. >> brokaw told a story last night saying that when he got out, one of the first things he looked for was trash pick up. >> the average black worker earns one-sixth of what a white worker gets. does it tumble back into racial division, iconoclast warfare? this is the hot button issue now surely. >> there are still younger members i
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